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Auslogics Disk Defrag

Disk fragmentation leads to system slowdowns, PC crashes, slow startup and shutdown and sometimes to system failures. Auslogics Disk Defrag is designed for fast optimiza...

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  • Developed byAuslogics Software
  • LicensingProprietary and Freemium product.
  • PricingOne time purchase (perpetual license) that cost about $30.
  • RatingAverage rating of 3.4
  • Alternatives21 alternatives listed

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Our users have written 10 comments and reviews about Auslogics Disk Defrag, and it has gotten 172 likes

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pcwiz11
  
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Very fast and easy to use. I particularly like the graphical interface that shows you the fragments unlike Vista's defrag tool. You can really notice the speed increase afterwards.

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ATx
  
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Tired of bloated, sluggish software, then this software is for you. It's really fast.

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MikeSnap
  
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Wanted top try a alternative for Defraggler, but it was clear that this one is not what i was looking for. It only let's you analize but not optimise. It's like one of those many shady antivirus programs that "finds" viruses" but only removes then if you buy the program. Absolute pointless in the free version. PS: Nothing installed but the program it self, as far as i know.

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TBayAreaPat
  
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The best that I have found. Auslogic seemed to hugely and efficiently reduce file fragments far more effectively than IObits or Defraggler using the painfully slow Defraggler to quantify fragmented files and fragments. One thing the free version won't do that may be of importance.. boot time defrag.. which can catch things that standard run-time programs don't move. Glary Utilities will do this free.

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DeeJayLSP
  
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Last major update made one of the most used features (Defrag and Optimize) paid. Nowadays there are WAY better options than this.

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TBayAreaPat

To Clarify: The Defrag is free, but the Optimized Defrag isn't free, but you might try IObit Smart Defrag (free) for that.

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bawldiggle
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I cannot help but notice last "Review" on this program is dated 2012. Seven years ago.
Has any one used or tested Auslogic in the past 7 years ? (30-Apr-2019)

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sean8102

I had been using it for several months this year. Only reason I don't have it installed at the moment is because I upgraded my SSD to faster larger one, and decided to just give windows built in defrag utility a chance since it has a schedule feature as well. I know its working fine for my two SSD's (running the TRIM command on a regular basis). But I'm almost positive it's not defragging my storage HDD's near as well as Auslogic. It has been 20 days since either of my HDD's have been defragged and Windows still claims they have 0 percent fragmentation. Despite the fact I've been installing and uninstalling large games, mods, media files etc. So I just now downloaded Auslogic Disk Defrag. Scanned the same HDD's and it shows 8 percent fragmentation on one and 14 percent on the other.

I was just going to go ahead and keep the program again, but they must have had a large update recently because version 9 has a different looking UI. Worst of all and why I uninstalled is they made the ability to have the program automatically do defragging on a schedule when the computer is idle a pro only feature. So now I'm installing defraggler to check that out (can't remember the last time I tried it). Also heads up Auslogics installer always asks if you want to install 2 or 3 of their other utilities like driver updater etc, even when the program is installing a update.

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@sean8102 Thank for your reply

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BezantSoft
  
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If you are a multi-platform software developer like me, you will find the need, from time to time, to defrag your hard drives.

My developer workstation has 3+ GB of local storage and I've tons of network storage too. With a base file count of about 720,000 files after a normal cleanup that is a lot of space with about 45% free.

And yes, I also use file indexers & powerful search tools too.....

For me, clean / defrag is a daily scheduled task.

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    The best that I have found. Auslogic seemed to hugely and efficiently reduce file fragments far more effectively than IObits or Defraggler using the painfully slow Defraggler to quantify fragmented files and fragments. One thing the free version won't do that may be of importance.. boot time defrag.. which can catch things that standard run-time programs don't move. Glary Utilities will do this free.
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